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2022-12-06 4:32:14 AM  
Ehh, so they skim the fat from their broth. Even then, it's more like using grease trap findings to make biodiesel.

We have a problem with feral pigs and hungry people. Why don't we feed the one to the other, and render the bones to make biodiesel?
 
2022-12-06 7:09:50 AM  

wildcardjack: Ehh, so they skim the fat from their broth. Even then, it's more like using grease trap findings to make biodiesel.

We have a problem with feral pigs and hungry people. Why don't we feed the one to the other, and render the bones to make biodiesel?


Feeding one to the other...which direction did you have in mind?
 
2022-12-06 8:44:33 AM  

StepanVasily: wildcardjack: Ehh, so they skim the fat from their broth. Even then, it's more like using grease trap findings to make biodiesel.

We have a problem with feral pigs and hungry people. Why don't we feed the one to the other, and render the bones to make biodiesel?

Feeding one to the other...which direction did you have in mind?


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2022-12-06 9:15:19 AM  

wildcardjack: Ehh, so they skim the fat from their broth. Even then, it's more like using grease trap findings to make biodiesel.

We have a problem with feral pigs and hungry people. Why don't we feed the one to the other, and render the bones to make biodiesel?


I don't think the Japanese have much of either problem.

They are showing us what advanced countries can do.
 
2022-12-06 10:14:02 AM  

thealgorerhythm: wildcardjack: Ehh, so they skim the fat from their broth. Even then, it's more like using grease trap findings to make biodiesel.

We have a problem with feral pigs and hungry people. Why don't we feed the one to the other, and render the bones to make biodiesel?

I don't think the Japanese have much of either problem.

They are showing us what advanced countries can do.


NHK World (the English language NHK broadcast) has been running programs talking about 'the circular economy' for years now.  Recycling, refurbishing, reuse, longer life projects, finding ways to turn waste streams into new products, etc.

The sad thing is that it one of the many things that Alex Jones was railing against.  (Because we should have the freedom to trash and pollute the planet?). I don't watch/listen to his show, but I think he refers to it by another name.  It's also called UN SDG 12, for United Nations Sustainable Development Goal

I'm personally of the opinion that food that's still usable as food should be used as such (even if just for animals).  If this is a waste product, fine, but if it's just 'leftover broth' it could go to a better use (like feeding people or animals, although I understand why you might not want to feed pork derived stuff back to pigs after that mad cow outbreak).
 
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